Sunday Streets SF en la Mission is back!
WHAT DO YOU NEED TO KNOW?
Sunday Streets is FREEEEEEE!
Sunday Streets SF creates miles of car-free streets for neighborhoods to enjoy as community spaces for people to walk, dance, skate, bike, play, and explore.
Sunday, March 12
11 am to 4 pm
Valencia Street from Duboce to 26th Street
FREEE activities and open space! Come checkout the Activity Hubs at 14th and 26th Street for fun, family-friendly activities offered by local nonprofits, community groups, and small businesses. There will be live music, education & professional development resources, blood pressure screenings, food demos and more!
For a full list of activities, visit:
For upcoming community planning meetings:
For information about hosting an activity, visit:
For information on volunteering, visit:
For local access concerns, contact:
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Sunday Streets SF está de vuelta en la Misión!
¿Qué necesita saber?
Este evento es GRATISSSSSS!!!!
Sunday Streets SF cerrará las calles al tráfico de automóviles y las abrirá para que la gente camine, baile, patine, ande en bici, juegue y explore su las calle Valencia desde Duboce a la calle 26.
Domingo 12 de Marzo de 11 am - 4 pm
¿Pero por qué?
¡Actividades GRATIS! Venga a ver los centros de actividades ofrecidos por organizaciones locales y grupos comunitarios. Habrá música en vivo, educación y recursos de desarrollo profesional, pruebas de presión arterial, demostraciones de alimentos y mucho más!
Para una lista completa de actividades, visite:
Para las próximas reuniones de planificación comunitaria:
Para obtener información sobre cómo organizar una actividad, visite:
Para obtener información sobre el voluntariado, visite:
Para problemas de acceso local, comuníquese con:
It's Your District (IYD) is celebrating the 50th anniversary of the Summer of Love, a legendary phenomenon remembered throughout the world as a counterculture gathering in San Francisco, most notably the Haight-Ashbury district. A moment caught in time, it transformed music, art, and fashion. The Summer of Love pushed cultural norms and social justice to limits never seen before, a movement that can still be felt 50 years later. To commemorate the 50th anniversary, IYD is partnering with local artists and organizations to celebrate the people and institutions who helped shape San Francisco into one of the cornerstones of progress and self-expression that it is today.
Working with Sunday Streets, IYD is sponsoring the arts and culture hub, thereby hosting the 2017 Summer of Love Street Festivals to be held at the 8 Sunday Street locations. These will include Summer of Love exhibitions, art projects, live performances, and family-friendly activities. In keeping with IYD's mission, these celebrations will bring in and promote Bay Area non-profits, businesses, arts, cultural and community organizations. Sunday Streets is the ideal vehicle to facilitate this vision, covering 12 neighborhoods and 6 districts through their 8 events; up to 120K people are engaged annually and this number continues to grow.
A highlighted event in this Celebration is the Public Mural Art Project, which creates murals designed to educate members of the community about the history of their respective neighborhoods. The art will focus on prominent heroes and the events that have contributed to the development of San Francisco districts from the 1960s to present day.
This is about COMMUNITY BUILDING, LIFTING SPIRITS, and HIGHLIGHTING ACHIEVEMENTS. We embrace the emergence of arts and culture as well as the vibrancy and stress on social justice that arose from this movement. We celebrate the extension of values that were explored and founded during this momentous time, and we encourage individuals to participate in their communities today.
Additional Source: https://www.facebook.com/events/1026984697403101/